Sunday, April 3, 2011
Superior-North Liberal candi-date Yves Fricot says his campaign is on track as he heads into week number two. Fricot has been going door to door and says he's been having some good conver-sations with voters. According to Fricot, the voters he’s been speaking with aren’t happy with how they’re being governed or how their tax dollars are being spent. The Liberal candidate also says that voters want to talk about the future of Northern Ontario and how to make Parliament work for the region. Fricot will be heading to Terrace Bay, Schreiber and Nipigon this week and will participate in the first Thunder Bay-Superior North debate in Marathon on Wednesday.
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 4:06 PM
Superior-North Conservative candi-date Richard Harvey is feeling upbeat after the first week of his campaign. He’s been knocking on doors throughout the riding and says the response he’s been getting is encouraging. According to Harvey, voters he’s talked to say they want to see a change in how they’re repres-ented and that they aren’t thrilled about having another election. Harvey also serves as Mayor of Nipigon, but has taken a leave from the position in order to concentrate on the campaign. Harvey will be in Thunder Bay at the start of the week and will be in Marathon on Wednesday for the first Thunder Bay-Superior North debate.
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 4:01 PM
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 3:58 PM
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 3:53 PM